High unemployment among young adults with serious mental health conditions (SMHCs) should not only be attributed to their mental health conditions. Research should take an intersectional approach where, in addition to looking at mental health condition factors, other indicators of social and demographic inequalities are also taken into account.
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Employment, Transition Age Youth
intersectional research, transition age youth, unemployment, mental health, education